The Literati discusses Reading the Pre-Raphaelites by Tim Barringer. Designed to intrigue, inspire and educate, the Literati Book Club at The Ringling Library celebrates art’s many contributions to the literary world.
The Ringling offers Saturday for Educators throughout the school year. Educators may attend this program to learn about the Ringling's permanent collection and special exhibitions, network with other educators, and refresh their creative spirit.
Biographer Eugene R. Gaddis, author of Magician of the Modern: Chick Austin and the Transformation of the Arts in America, shares insights on The Ringling’s first Executive Director – the visionary who transformed Sarasota.
Artist of the Hermitage, over the past 20 years, the award-winning Morrison has built a filmography of more than 30 projects that have been presented in theaters, museums, galleries and concert halls worldwide.
Did you know each object in the collection has a corresponding file? As mundane as it may sound, this endeavor is the building block of all research for both Museum staff and scholars. Learn what goes into these files, how they are used, and who uses them.
Conversations on Curating in a Post-Genre World. Keynote Conversation with new-media artist R. Luke DuBois and Curator Matthew McLendon.
The nations’ leading curators of contemporary art and performance offer new perspectives on the challenges and opportunities of creating, curating and presenting the work of living artists.
The Literati discusses The Man who made Vermeers by Jonathan Lopez. Designed to intrigue, inspire and educate, the Literati Book Club at The Ringling Library celebrates art’s many contributions to the literary world.